NDA Supplementary List 2022/2023 PDF For Examination Screening Test


NDA Supplementary List 2022/2023 PDF For Examination Screening Test for 72nd regular course – The list of shortlisted candidates for the examination screening has been released.

Earlier, the Nigeria Defence Academy (NDA) had previously released the list of successful candidates for the 72RC NDA screening test.

The latest news on NDA ASFB shortlists 2022/2023.

The Nigerian Defence Academy Screening Test was held on Saturday 15 August 2021 result is out.

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Candidates who sat for the screening test are to check their names on the shortlist.

Those who are shortlisted are to appear for an interview before the Armed Forces Selection Board (AFSB) from Saturday 12 September – to 24 October 2021 at the Nigerian Defence Academy Ribadu Campus, Kaduna.

Check the list in the PDF below:

NDA Shortlisted Candidates Names 2022/2023 [73rd Regular Course] | Download PDF

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Candidates will appear before the AFSB in 3 Batches.

Only candidates whose names appear on the lists will be eligible to log in to their NDA portal and select their examination centre because they are the ones who have been screened and meet the requirements for the screening test.

NOTE: The list on this page is different from the NDA supplementary admission list (those who have been admitted). The list here is the list of those who are invited for the screening that will be admitted after the screening results are released.

In the first NDA list, so many candidates did not find their names.

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If you are in this category, then you should check the NDA supplementary list 2020 PDF that was just released.

You can find the PDF below:

NDA Supplementary List PDF 2022/2023 For 72RC

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The list contains all shortlisted applicants from all states and FCT.

  • Abia State (Umuahia)
  • Adamawa State (Yola)
  • Akwa Ibom State (Uyo)
  • Anambra State (Awka)
  • Bauchi State (Bauchi)
  • Bayelsa State (Yenagoa)
  • Benue State (Makurdi)
  • Borno State (Maiduguri)
  • Cross River State (Calabar)
  • Delta State (Asaba)
  • Ebonyi State (Abakaliki)
  • Edo State (Benin City)
  • Ekiti State (Ado Ekiti)
  • Enugu State (Enugu)
  • Gombe State (Gombe)
  • Imo State (Owerri)
  • Jigawa State (Dutse)
  • Kaduna State (Kaduna)
  • Kano State (Kano)
  • Katsina State (Katsina)
  • Kebbi State (Birnin Kebbi)
  • Kogi State (Lokoja)
  • Kwara State (Ilorin)
  • Lagos State (Ikeja)
  • Nasarawa State (Lafia)
  • Niger State (Minna)
  • Ogun State (Abeokuta)
  • Ondo State (Akure)
  • Osun State (Oshogbo)
  • Oyo State (Ibadan)
  • Plateau State (Jos)
  • Rivers State (Port Harcourt)
  • Sokoto State (Sokoto)
  • Taraba State (Jalingo)
  • Yobe State (Damaturu)
  • Zamfara State (Gusau)
  • FCT, Abuja

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